The QV offers lots of effects while designing, but all are not supported by the browser in the AJAX mode (which I suspect is what you are using). Curves, transparency and colors are dealt differently in the browser.
For AJAX, its a common practice to design using the 'WebView' mode (or to frequently check the designs in webview). The WebView is available under 'View' > 'Turn on/off WebView'.
Alternately - the basic user / end user can install a QV plugin which will render the QV dashboard exactly as it is designed in the web browser as well.
Other discussion on the same topic as follows:
Thanks... for some reason tho I am unable to turn on/of web view when I am designing documents
Have followed the link to the other topic and can see that I am view using AJAX and many end users have no IE plugin installed...
Will have to ask our IT dept to push plugin to all relevant end users for now at least.....
there exist two basic QV clients
- windows client (or called fat client) which has to be used for developing, CAN be used for analysing
- WEB-client as
-- ajax (when analysing via Browser like IE, Firefox, ....)
-- IE plugin (works only with one Browser: IE)
Your Analyst coming via Access Point have to use a WEB-client. Ajax or IE-Plugin when possible. Ask your QV (Windows-) Admin to install the IE-Plugin on all Analyst-PCs.
Modern (QV11.20) Ajax-Clients are looking much better then your "old" version. Update ?!